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kendell quickly learned the key facts. joe morrisey had been brutally stabbed in his home while his wife kay and young son escaped. the detectives spoke briefly with kay. >> she gave me a brief synopsis of what happened that night. >> believable? >> at that point, yes. >> kay told the detective that a man entered their home sometime after 11:00 p.m. and began a reign of terror that began with tieing their hands and feet with zip ties and ended with her husband's murder. kay suggested a robbery gone bad. to figure out for himself what had happened, detective kindle worked from the outside in. >> what did you see here as you got to the front of the house? >> the screen to the window was leaning up against the house. there was a vertical slice down the middle of the screen and this window was wide open. >> and that's how kay told you the guy first came into the house? >> that was the entry point where the suspect came in, correct. i walked down this hallway here. on the ground there was a pair of red-handled scissors, one of the long plastic flex cuffs was on the ground, a zip tie. when i w
, where joe buck, it is all yours. >> thank you, buddy and good luck on the show. cannot wait to watch. this is, in essence, week number two of the preseason. it's the giants and the indianapolis colts. ladies and gentlemen, thank you for joining us here tonight. i'm joe buck. troy aikman, pam oliver will join me in a second. this is a special night for us. why? because our season kicks off here tonight and our season and the nfl's season will end in this booth in this stadium with the playing of super bowl xlviii on february 2nd, 2014. but, ply friends, we got a long way to go before we're talking about the super bowl. and we're talking preseason football, giants 9-7 a year ago. we'll talk about eli. but on the other side a young indianapolis team, an 11-win team and this quarterback, andrew luck, i know you can't wait to see him. i'm looking forward to watching him, seeing him play live, last year as a rookie, surpass everyone's expectations, the entire team did. as they move into the season, a lot of attention to the development of andrew luck, but so many young rookie players last
coming up on fox 45 news at 10... a new study joe vertnik is a senior at westonka high school in mound, minnesota. but should i be addressing you as senator vertnik? tell us. well, you could be. i attended the american legion's boys state conference this past summer, which is where students -- boys between their junior and senior year go off to a college somewhere in the state and create a mock state government -- local, county, and up at the state level. and i was elected to be a state senator there. how many other state senators were elected? i believe there were around 40 or so. okay. good. did you guys all get along? we did. we did. we got some good stuff done. all right. good. that would be an inspiration for our senators in washington. emily greenberg is a senior from westport, connecticut, at staples high school. and this young lady does something that i wish i could do. you do the new york times crossword puzzle almost on a daily basis. i do. i can usually manage monday through wednesday or thursday on my own, and i'll usually do friday through the weekend together with my dad.
. it's just fine. >> thanks so much for coming. >> you are invited there, any time. >> joe: we have our fashion statement >> chick: we have our burgundy. >> joe: here are the real women of football. thank you. >> chick: the screener will allow you back into the booth after that almost fumble. >> you guys are also invited saturday, fifth women and kids. >> chick: running is not in my risumi right now. [ male announcer ] you know what's so awesome about the internet? it gets more and more entertaining every day. and once you've got verizon fios, that's when you get it -- america's fastest, most reliable internet takes your entertainment to ridiculous levels. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] and now you can get it too. for a limited time, switch to fios online for an amazing $79.99 a month for the first year. plus your choice of a $300 amazon.com gift card or visa prepaid card with a 2-year agreement. technology that makes life more entertaining, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's po
're done, joe. well, then there is, uh, absolutely no reason to keep this battered little boy alive, is there? shall i kill him? shall i kill him, ryan? aah! stop, stop! what? ok, ok! [gasping] hello. it looks like you took a pretty nasty blow to the head there. jacob wells. it's nice to finally meet you. i see you made it out of the farmhouse in one piece. what about your friend paul? well, he wasn't so lucky. and emma? where's she? really? you want to chat? we can be friends and stuff? i am going to indulge me. kill y help me to understand what happened to you. paul and emma, it's easy to see the trouble in their past, but you... you're a golden boy from a golden family. it's not so obvious. why'd you drop out of medical school? because i didn't want to be a doctor. like your father? your family is truly golden. jacob, tell me what it is i'm not seeing. open your mouth again, and i stab you. is this really the time to play games, joe? you father, retired from the albany pd, goes into a corner store during a robbery. if you know the story-- well, where were you? this is sloppy of y
vice chairman janet yellen. john harwood will join us a little bit later on "morning joe." >>> later this morning, we'll get a look at how confident consumers are about the economy. yesterday stocks lost posing near session lows and the dow back below the 15,000 level. steve sedgwick live this morning. steve, good morning. >> very good day to you. syria comments from kerry which were sending stocks down across the globe. asian stocks have been lower today as well. elsewhere, bigger investments, bill ackman became the biggest shareholder in jcpenney. this chap is sitting on a $349 million loss. the shares closed on the 16th at $13.40. he's cashing in his chips there and it could be an enormous loss on that trade which just didn't work from start to finish. >>> last week we were talking about yahoo! beating google in the number of site visits. according to one rival group, they are saying google is beating it by a magnificent factor, 42 billion site visits where yahoo! got only 6.8 billion. depending on how you measure it, it depends whether yahoo! or google is winning in that battle.
of the man behind it is here to crunch the numbers. >>> plus pillaging trader joe's. vancouver canada, pirate joe's resell traders enormous profits. trer joe's wants to torpedo it all together. pirate joe's tell us how he plans to fight back. >>> "who made money today." she made $42 million, taking the air out of her husband's ego. keep watching to find out who it is. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: shocking new study out today really brings home the whole argument over work versus welfare and whether or not it pays to get a job. here's why. you can make more on welfare in 35 states than you would working minimum wage. in 13 of those states, welfare benefits which are not taxed by the way, are equivalent of making $15 an hour. these numbers creating a firestorm of controversy. i spoke to the author of the study, michael tanner of t cato institute to break it all down. those numbers are bleak. in new york, it is even worse because you have to adjust, you're not paying taxes when you're getting these benefits. so you have to essentially gross it up for taxes. in n
the giants, we are also celebrating a real tribute to the best baseball legend in history, joe dimaggio! [ applause ] as our librarian just said, the very first meeting i took, even before he was sworn-in, after i was elected was about this library. and i got to tell you, that was only four years of a ten-year struggle. there have been hundreds of meetings coming together. there are high school students today who were preschool students when we started this conversation. and i have to tell you as we all know, it takes a village to raise our kids, but it has taken many villages to build this library. i want to start first and foremost by thanking three mothers, who helped to lead friends of joe dimaggio, julie christinsen, lizzy diaz and lizziehurst, thank you for all you have done. [ applause ] and i also want to take a moment and thank all of the parents who are here of all the different schools that we have. yes, franklin middle school, garflied, st. peter and paul, what am i missing? sherman, telegraph hill. thank you all for what you are doing. i also want to thank those who have be
cain about the crisis in syria a little bit later on "morning joe." >>> here in the states a syrian hacker group is taking credit for the shutdown of "the new york times" website yesterday. it is the second time this month the times site has gone down. for several hours the syrian army warned them of the malicious external attack and advised staffers to be careful about e-mailing sensitive information until the site was secured. the issue was reportedly resolved around 6:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> meanwhile, outgoing secretary of homeland security janet napolitano delivered her outgoing speech. she added that a major cyber attack was inevitable. >>> the president's health care plan getting a victory in michigan. the michigan senate voted to expand medicaid under the affordable care act essentially extending health coverage to more than 400,000 low income residents. michigan joins a number of states led by republican governors. elsewhere on the health care fund, the big news out of walmart is that the company planned to offer health insurance to doe mess stuck partners with no questions aske
. yeah. joe did. did joe have any personal struggles with drugs? gambling? oh, no. never. he quit smoking when we got married. god. i should've let him smoke. well, it sounds like it was a good marriage. there was a rough patch three years ago. we went to counseling. we recommitted. we've never been happier. and now-- [sobbing] the glass on the road is standard auto glass. but it was treated with this water repellent. it's called stormshield. it's only been on the market for four months. that narrows it down. the slugs that killed sabo were 22 caliber. they entered at an angle consistent with being shot from a car. two guns. deserted road. it's straight out of jim thompson. who's that? new forensic accountant. he's been going over sabo's books. he's a sweetheart. hi. joshua simmons. it's an honor to meet you. an honor to work on major case. at ease, soldier. what'd you find? um, this guy sabo. he's dirty. you can arrest him today. well, arresting him is gonna be tough, seeing as he's dead. so, josh, did you find evidence of a criminal act? yes. um, so, in the last year he wrote three $10,
to be known as? hopefully that starts tonight. >> so far joe flacco has been vocal and funny during practice, more outgoing than maybe we had seen. is that the same joe you have always known? >> yes. he hasn't changed in my mind. he is growing, and his personality is showing in more of a public setting, but that is the same joe. >> thank you. we have to talk about what we have seen in the last six months. it has been a wild ride. if you have been asleep the last six months, a lot of fun since the super bowl championship in new orleans. let's go ahead and take a look at that. >> baltimore, we did it! super bowl champs, baby! this is for you guys! we have been through a lot this year. lot of highs, a couple of lows. you guys were there through it all, just like you always do. you are a special group, and we love you. it doesn't get any better than this, and we appreciate you coming out today. this is awesome. >> i am excited about being a raven. there are a few words i have heard coach talk about, the team, the team, the team. i'm excited about that, and that's what i'm all about. >> ozzie new
carloads of goods from trader joe's here in america and then selling them across the border for a major profit. should he be stopped? >>> good evening. thanks for joining us on a saturday night. we do begin tonight with the growing battle against fierce wildfires burning in the west. in fact, as we come on the air tonight, 38 large fires, across ten western states, in one fire, they're going from house to house to get families out. idaho's beaver creek fire that began knocking on those doors in the middle of the night as that fire tripled in size. the erratic winds whipping those flames into tornadolike fire whirls. abc's bazi kenani with the new images coming in from the front lines. >> reporter: tonight, 1600 homes evacuated in sun valley, idaho, a wind-swept blaze forcing so many to flee, roads out are packed. >> i'll probably just take some few antiques that i have that are precious, some memories of my parents. >> reporter: in this affluent ski resort area, where celebrities like tom hanks and arnold schwarzenegger own properties, insurance companies are sending their own private f
individualized. ♪ >>> i still love joe. i don't think that joe was a bad person. >> reporter: it took some time for cheryl stack to get to this point. for two years, she has struggled. but has found comfort in her music and her faith. >> i have been more sad than mad. suicide is so painful on so many different levels. then you add the public factor, the public suicide. >> reporter: it was february 18, 2010. an angry and violent joe stack set his family's house on fire, then drove here to the georgetown municipal airport, boarded his single engine plane. >> ready for departure. >> reporter: and was cleared for takeoff. >> 39 delta, cleared for takeoff. >> what's your direction of flight, sir? >> reporter: at 9:44 a.m., joe stack was headed for his final flight. joe stack knew exactly where he was going, the echelon building in austin, which housed the irs. >> it was like a fireball. people let out a scream all around you. people were crying. >> reporter: stack slammed his plane between the first and second floors of the building. it exploded on impact. one man in the building was killed, vernon
wars. >> what's not changed is the will of this coalition. >> joe dun ford works around the clock and is constantly on the move. >> the people of afghan -- >> at nato supreme headquarters in belgium. >> i also look forward to working with general dunford. >> and the nation's capital washington, d.c. >> what's your view? general? what's your number? >> senator, i'm not going to give you a number, i'm going to give you a range. >> dunford follows a number of high generals who held the host. in 2013 he took command. we travelled to the battlefield to hear from the general firsthand. >> give me your sense of what victory is in this fight? >> we'll win when the afghan security forces are capable of providing security here in afghanistan. what we're trying to do now is to ensure that never again can afghanistan be used as a center for terrorism. >> jack keane served 47 years in the u.s. army. >> dunford earned the nickname fighting joe in iraq when as a colonel he led team five in their drive forth. you and i met each other on the way to a place called baghdad? >> that's exactly right.
of the high five. re learned about it yesterday on "morning joe". so i want to know what the high five came from. we'll have that for you in the cooler. but as i said, some somber and important things to get to this morning beginning in syria where there are claims of a massive chemical attack that the world has not seen since 1988. i want to tell you the scene is shocking. the images are difficult to watch. syrian rebels are saying hundreds and possibly thousands are dead after the alleged chemical attack near damascus. according to an nbc news source, the assault lasted roughly two hours assad's forces fired nearly 30 rockets. witnesses say the rockets were tipped with poisonous gas warheads and fired from government controlled areas. medical centers were quickly created to treat the overwhelming number of wounded. including children. nbc news cannot verify the witness accounts and the u.s. and united nations have not confirmed the use of chemical weapons in syria yesterday. russian officials are accusing rebels of staging the attack as a, quote, pre-planned provocation, end quote. howeve
toaster strudel. [ joe ] ladies and gentlemen of the jury, forget everything you've seen on television and in the movies. there's not going to be any last-minute surprise witnesses. nobody's going to break down on the stand with a tearful confession. you're going to be presented with a simple fact: andrew beckett was fired. you'll hear two explanations for why he was fired: ours... and theirs. it is up to you to sift through layer upon layer of truth... until you determine for yourselves which version sounds the most true. there are certain points i must prove to you. point number one: andrew beckett was... is... a brilliant lawyer, a great lawyer. point number two: andrew beckett, afflicted with a debilitating disease, made the understandable, the personal, the legal choice to keep the fact of his illness to himself. point number three: his employers discovered his illness. and, ladies and gentlemen, the illness i'm referring to is aids. point number four: they panicked ! and in their panic, they did what most of us would like to do with aids, which is just get it and everybody who ha
joe kennedy as a teenager and we think that was part of the reason that honey fitz center are brought to get her way from joe kennedy. the kennedys and fitzgerald were not political allies in boston politics so honey fitz was not completely approving of joe kennedy. >> host: they were political rivals. >> guest: indeed so this was a problem for rose's father to see her fall in love with a rifle son joe kennedy and he also picked as a suitor for her and wanted her to marry a neighbor boy who was also catholic and irish and was doing well in the business world. his parents were in construction so honey fitz thought that would be the perfect match but rose was not to be deterred even by what started two years at convent and she persuaded her father to send her back to the united states after one year. >> host: in her own way there is a spirit expressing itself already. >> guest: there is which i find ironic is when one her daughter kathleen decided she was going to vary the protestant nobleman, the effervescent child of rose and in many ways like her mother but often time that creates co
to heaven. ong those here, former governor, huge fan. andsons of john unitas, joe chad. crowd of hundreds at the cathedral today, remembering a man who brought so much to baltimore. prior to 1958, the greatest game ever played as it is known in football lore history, baltimore was not considered a great sports town. it had never placed a world champion on the national stage, art donovan, the 1958 colts helped change that forever. and as part of his career path, 10 years later, would wind up in canton as the first baltimore colt enshrined in the hall of fame. that really did open him to a national stage. that would include the tonight show with john so i carson, late night with david letterman where he would become a regular contributor to that show. friend of david letterman. became a friend of americans who loved the down home whit of art. he did it no matter where you came across him, he could brighten your day with that remarkable smile and remarkable sense of humor. baltimore colts lineman in the 1907's delivering the eulogy did a particularly great job of talking about art donovan, w
that day would turn the case upside down. >> hours later we break the story that joe gents is talking to police and give being them very specific details. >> a handyman by trade, joe gentz had done minor fix it work for bob bashara at his home and rental properties. >> about 6'6" tall and size 16 shoe and big man. >> a big man with reportedly a child's man. >> a third grade iq. he is mentally impaired. >> gents was taken to an interview room and for three days the cops listen to the handyman's bizarre account of jane's death and how he said he was responsible for t the detectives appeared to not know what to make of this guy who walked in off the street with an outlandish confession because at the end of their interrogation they did a surprising thing. they let joe gentz go. he walked out the front door without any charges. seemed as though gentz couldn't get anyone in authority to take him seriously. reporter marc santia tracked gentz down and able to get a brief statement from him on camera. >> what do you want people to know? >> i want them to know the truth. >> he didn't know what
and wanted to keep it secret. >>> the grocery star brewing this evening. trader joe's and the customer buying the goods and selling them across the border. >>> later here on "world news" -- the implosion heard through an american city tonight and why they decided to bring this building down. [ male announcer ] if you're taking multiple medications, does your mouth often feel dry? a dry mouth can be a side effect of many medications but it can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath. that's why there's biotene. available as an oral rinse, toothpaste, spray or gel, biotene can provide soothing relief, and it helps keep your mouth healthy, too. remember, while your medication is doing you good, a dry mouth isn't. [ female announcer ] outlast stay fabulous from covergirl can. outlast is a primer, concealer and foundation all in one for all day flawless skin. outlast stay fabulous. [ sofia ] from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. outlast stay fabulous. it's been that way since the day you met. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use hel
, and trader joe's hit the bull's eye, at least for a time. no matter what they do, they maintain an image of being cool, fun, and innovative, and at the same time, have an equally strong image as green politically progressive, and ethical. the result is fiercely loyal customers and businesses try to find the local and image to brand themselves as the apple or trader joe's of their industry. the author of the book gave examples of companies like unilever to market the chemical laiden knor soup mixes, reaching out to the organic crowd by reaching ben and jerry's, and clorox, bleach that is disputed bought burt's bees. ethical chic asks questions is it possible for a product to be both trendy and socially responsible, be trusted and love. yes, a few companies like apple and trader joe's are all of those things. ethical shek set out to analyze six companies and see if it is so. i -- this is a slide of the table of contents you cannot read. i made a slide. this is not from the book. the book has no illustrations. i made the slide to show you six companies that "ethical shek" covers, and they a
on stephen drew's home run. >> a-rod only has 54 more games to go to break joe dimaggio's record. he got hits in two straight games. >> let's keep an eye on that. barnicle is mondaying toing our joe dimaggio-a-rod hit streak. >>> top of the eighth, game tied at three. jason hayward. single for the rbi. braves up one. bottom of the nine. braves up three. nats threatening with bases loaded. wilson romos, lines out. pretty well hit. braves make it 13 in a row. it's all because of the waffle house. 15 1/2 games off the second place nationals. the cleveland, tigers looking for a win. after striking out first three at bats, cabrera doesn't strike out on that one. detroit has a one-run lead on that bomb. this goes extras. top 14. prince fielder, two-run double. detroit gets the win. that is 11 in a row. >>> using one of fan crashes sporting events, kind of annoying. it's kind of funny. last night in miami, renaldo led in the championship. he had two goals. an overzealous fan runs on to the field. okay, he was wearing a renaldo jersey. all right. maybe that's why the soccer star does this. i don't kn
much, buddy. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," obama/putin relationship. how russia granting asylum to edward snowden could complicate a tough relationship. >>> coming up, we have seen tough parliamentary battles in the past. how does this one from taiwan stack up? we'll make the comparison. this is ann. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's a golden opportunity to see how lexus effortlessly connects you to where you're going. ♪ come to the golden opportunity sales event and experience the connectivity of lexus enform, available on all lexus models, including the es and rx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. ♪ a quarter million tweeters musicare tweeting.eamed. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why the internet needs a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this ...is going to be big. it's time to build a better enterprise. together. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> that's good. last summer i think they did that wi
blasio joins us on the set of "morning joe." >>> federal government looking to block the merger of united and u.s. ashws airways. the department has approved three other airline mergers since 2008. in a joint statement both arlts are vowing to fight the government and they're going to fight the court. blocking this pro-competitive merger will deny customers access to a broader airline network that gives them more choices. >>> all right, to business where the markets still reacting to every single word from the federal reserve when and if they'll start winding down their bond-boying program. the big news on the day was apple which saw its stock surges on a single tweet from a prominent billionaire activist investor. let's check in london. mr. icahn strikes again. >> absolutely. this is phenomenal. he added $13 billion on the day to the value of appleby tweeting that he has an interest in the stock and that he's been talking to mr. cook about the possibility of using the huge cash surplus over at and toll buy back more stock. now, you know and i know that apple has been one-way trade and that is
. and joe girardi of the yankees, comes out, and he's furious, ryan has pretty good control. he said that he was just trying to pitch inside. we know the truth about that. he gets tossed. the yankees came to his defense which was really interesting. girardi really defending his player and a-rod gets his chance at redemption. how about that? boom. the yankees were still losing. 6-4, but it sparked a comeback. bases loaded. they cleared the bases with a triple. mariano rivera comes in and closes it out. the yankees, the kind of win honestly that can turn the season around. a-rod spoke to the media. >> whether you like me or not, that was just unprofessional and silly. >> how would you describe the feeling when you hit that home run? >> it was awesome. i was pretty excited. it was the ultimate payback. >> alex is it difficult to play for the yankees while you're fighting the yankees? >> it's important for me to focus on the team and helping the team win. it is a very challenging situation. >> ryan has hit six guys in 320 innings. he threw the first ball behind him, intentional. he threw the nex
." "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >> good morning, everyone. welcome to a special edition of "morning joe." it's thursday, august 29th. we're going to have a great time here in detroit. we're live from the ford flat rock assembly line. just outside of detroit in flat rock, michigan. and this is an active assembly line, about to get busier as the morning progresses. >> unbelievable news today, ford is actually returning the production of the ford fusion to this plant. >> big news. >> from mexico. it's a $555 million commitment and what does that mean? that means more jobs for americans. >> about 1400. >> great news. >> we're going to speak with ford ceo alan mullally and coo mark fields about this important investment in u.s. manufacturing and what it will mean for the overall economy. >> and we're here to tell the story of detroit as well as the city's bankruptcy, it's been in the news, it's been dominating the headlines, but what is the blueprint for resurrecting the storied and vital american city that's played such a critical role not only in helping grow the great american century, bu
well, yeah, but how would anyone do that? a quest, joe. we go on a quest to find the source of the world's dirty jokes. who's with me? well, i'm with you. oh, what the hell? so am i. peter: and so began our journey to find the splendid source of off-color humor as we know it. our first stop was to see bruce. oh, hey. what size shoes is y'alls? actually, we're not here to bowl. we were wondering where you heard that dirty joke you told quagmire. oh, that one? oh, no. i'm not going to tell y'all that one here at the workplace. too dirty. maybe after quitting time, i'll have a mimosa and tell y'all then. look, you blade, just tell us who you heard it from. peter: it turned out the joke already had quite a history. bruce had heard it from consuela. consuela heard it from mayor west. west heard it from dr.hartman. hartman heard it from angela, angela from opie, opie from herbert. herbert heard it from tom tucker. tucker heard it from bender on futurama, oddly enough, for some reason. bender heard it from al harrington, harrington from reo speedwagon. ♪ heard it from a friend wh
. >> hey, buddy. >> you know you can't bring that weak stuff. you killed the joe you make some more or else you are in for a long day, a long day. >> the other one was mean joe green. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> is it me or do i see kind of a bromance with with you and mccain. >> that is how a classic romantic comedy goes. initially you are not getting along and you keep bumping into each other. he deserves credit for somebody willing to go against the grain of his own party sometimes. probably not good for me to compliment him on television. >> look at that sunrise. it is wednesday, august 7. it is august 7. we are almost done with the first week of august. >> it feels like september. >> i can't wait until september. >> really? >> yeah. >> we love the summer. >> yes, men. you love the summerer. >> msnbc's political analyst former democratic congressman. >> i guess i would enjoy decembers more if i -- >> if you were what? >> oh, my lord. >> i said off air and on air. >> use your inside and outside voice. >> you like the summer, too. >> we vacation in hell's kitchen every summer.
. nbc steve handelsman. so will the changes be enough to fix our prison system? joe, i'm going to start with you. is this a good idea? >> it's a good idea. it's a good start. i agree with the attorney general. we have too many people in prison for the wrong things, for too long. i think what he's done today is essentially given prosecutors the discretion which they have not had for a number of years under department of justice guidelines to in federal cases not charge the most serious crime they could and instead charge a less serious crime, thus avoiding the technical imposition of mandatory minimums and giving judges a little more discretion. >> why is this good? >> because we need our prisons for serious offenders, dangerous people, violent people, people who have committed very serious crimes and there are too many people there, including elderly inmates, who do not cause a threat to the public and should not be incarcerated. these people should be working off their sentences doing community service and doing something to better their community. >> matt welsh, i imagine reason magaz
is the will of this coalition. >> joe dun ford works around the clock and is constantly on the move. >> the people of afghan -- >> at nato supreme headquarters in belgium. >> i also look forward to working with general dunford. >> and the nation's capital washington, d.c. >> what's your view? general? what's your number? >> senator, i'm not going to give you a number, i'm going to give you a range. >> dunford follows a number of high generals who held the host. in 2013 he took command. we travelled to the battlefield to hear from the general firsthand. >> give me your sense of what victory is in this fight? >> we'll win when the afghan security forces are capable of providing security here in afghanistan. what we're trying to do now is to ensure that never again can afghanistan be used as a center for terrorism. >> jack keane served 47 years in the u.s. army. >> dunford earned the nickname fighting joe in iraq when as a colonel he led team five in their drive forth. you and i met each other on the way to a place called baghdad? >> that's exactly right. >> when did you have your first contact? >> we had our
on "morning joe." with us on set msnbc's thomas roberts. we've got the host of "way too early," brian shactman. pulitzer-prize winning columnist and associate editor of "the washington post" and msnbc political analyst eugene robinson and the former governor of pennsylvania, nbc news political analyst, ed rendell. showing that we do at nbc have a conservative there -- oh, wait, conservative democrat. "fortune" magazine's assisting managing editor leigh gallagher, good lord it started early, the author of the great new book "the end of the suburbs." it's great to have all of you guys with us. let's start with news. mika, of course, she -- where do you think she is? >> south of france. >> she's in the south of france, right? well, it's just that time of the year where, you know, the rich and the famous and the powerful go off to vacation and, of course, so today president obama is set to kick off his week-long vacation, not in the south of france, but in martha's vineyard and that has triggered the expected criticism from corners of capitol hill. of course who are the middle of a five-week vacat
morning. >>> but first, lots of people swear by the products at trader joe's. but now trader joe's says one guy has gone too far, by reselling its products. >> he's a self-proclaimed pirate joe, and now the chain store is trying to get him to walk the plank. abc's reena ninan is here to explain what has them so upset. >> well good morning, mates.qé >> there you go. good morning. this pirate says he opened up the company in response to market conditions, filling the void for his fellow canadians. >> most of these things you can't get in canada. >> reporter: michael is a self-described pirate. but this buccaneer is not trafficking in jewels or buried treasure. he's venturing across international borders to plunder cookie butter. >> we haven't got a straight answer out of anybody as to what they do with it. mostly just a spoon in the jar. >> reporter: he owns pirate joe's, in vancouver, british columbia, dedicated to providing his loyal customers with unauthorized artisan groceries from the massively popular american chain, trader joe's. >> we just think in canada that we're entitled to t
of the balls. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> i have not been the recipient of sloppy kisses. and i have met mr. filner on many occasions. there are others who are, but i have never had that opportunity. >> my goodness, wow. and the saga of san diego continues. good morning august 20th. with us on set msnbc's thomas roberts. former communication director for george w. bush, who never had to worry about such things with george w. bush, i mean you know, cleaning up messes like this, filner mess, and former senior adviser for the 2008 mccain presidential campaign, nicolle wallace and the director of the earth institute at columbia university dr. jeffrey sachs. in washington pulitzer-prize winning columnist and associate editor of "the washington post" and msnbc political analyst and bob filner expert, eugene robinson. thank you for being with us. it's nice to know one woman under like 100 in san diego has been in bob filner's presence has not been molested. >> she's lovely so that's one. >> still has the great granny coming after him. that embattled san diego mayor bob filner was expected t
reference? >> yep. >> that sets us up perfectly. we got to go. time to get to twerk. "morning joe" starts right now. >> good morning and welcome to "morning joe." it's friday, august 30th. take a live shot of new york city. 6:00 a.m. you can tell fall is coming. >> how can you tell? >> first of all it's getting cooler. also, we've got calendars in our house and it says it's the end of august. third, it's -- it's taking a while for the sun to get up. >> it's good head's up, those calendars. take a look at them. >> never -- you can't say you never saw labor day coming. we got a long labor day weekend. the president has a longer labor day weekend. >> laboring. >> he's got some serious challenges. also, some of these other -- we're going to get to syria in a minute. see this, de blasio poll in new york. this guy looks like he may avoid a runoff. we were talking about anthony weiner like a month ago and then christine quinn and now -- >> she's in third place now. >> she's in third place, thompson in second, de blasio out of nowhere. >> great ads. he's a talented politician. >> he is a talented
from san diego with the latest is nbc news joe fryer. joe, good morning. the mayor filner lawyers said there will be a public announcement today following that session. what will happen? >> reporter: we have to see what happens. we know it's a closed door session with the city council this afternoon. all signs indicate that filner's resignation is part of that deal. the big question is really what is the mayor getting in return some some speculate it could be have financial help with legal fees or settlements in the future. that may not sit well with everybody on the city council and may not sit well with everyone in the public so that could be a sticking point when the city council votes on this this afternoon and filner's resignation would be tied to approval of that deal so we will have to wait and see what happens. the public will get a chance to speak out about this before the city council goes into the private session this afternoon. >> as i've been following this story in the san diego newspaper, one of the big concerns that i've been reading about is business leaders who say, l
for playing today. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> number 13, alex rodriguez. [ booing ] >> popped up, left field. diving is wells, he can't make the play and a-rod gets a single ins his first at-bat. >> i don't think there's a well in any of this situation. i just hope that there's a happy ending somewhere in there. >> he just loves the game. >> oh, yes he does. >> he played for free. he respects the game. >> he does. >> if by free you mean $270 million -- >> you know what, after talking to an 8-year-old sitting next to me at dinner last night, i understand what's wrong with all of this. it was exactly what i thought. he cheated. good morning, everyone. it's august 6th. welcome to "morning joe." with us former communications director for president george w. bush and senior adviser for the 2008 mccain presidential campaign, nicolle wallace. >> she's great. >> she's amazing. msnbc contributor mike barnicle. and in washington, pulitzer-prize winning columnist and associate editor of the -- >> amazon -- >> newly sold "washington post," wow, big news there, in your world, gene. we'll talk
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